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entirely. an opportunity to nail president obama on benghazi and bring it home and win an election and he chose not to. he chose to play it safe. to me, that was the turning point. he got bad advice. somebody said you know what? don't do this. or he had knowledge of what was going on, because he was given the knowledge by the white house so he felt compelled to keep it secret. the other thing, too, his son said mitt didn't want to be president. that is tragic to me. it might have meant that mitt would have been a good president. >> juan: do you think it's true? >> greg: people who don't want to be president the end to be good president -- tend to be good presidents. >> andrea: washington turned down power of king. >> eric: i disagree. it's such a demanding job -- >> greg: but to say, conservatives by nature do not like government. natural inclination not to want to be in charge. >> eric: let me add something to the story. mitt romney blowing it in the last debate, candy crowley. second? second. misinformed, oh, yeah, president obama mentioned it. he wasn't prepared. >> he held back. >> er
that prevented her from testifying on benghazi this week. we will send it back to new york with my colleagues. >>> this is the fourth time we have come together to comfort a grieving community torn apart by mass shootings. we can't tolerate this any more. these tragedies must end. to enthem we must change. >> president obama calling for change following the sandy hook massacre. stopped short of defining what that change should be. today new york city michael bloomberg had no problem defining that. he's a gun control advocate. he made his position clear again. >> tonight the president said he would use whatever powers his office holds to address this violence. i think it is critical that he do so. congress and the white house has to come up with something that stops this karnage no matter what the political ramifications are. >> should we focus on gun control? is the time right? >> frankly, i am getting a little bit saddened by people who say that those of us who believe in gun control that now is not the time to talk about it. it is generally a way for gun advocates to put off the subject unt
corporal hammer or budget battles or benghazi or gun control. this christmas millions of americans are anxious and hurting financially and many of us are worried about the country we are leaving to our children, whether it willle be the same country we grew up in. this is the season to take a longer look at things. remember that our countrymen endured far worse. the revolutionary war. civil war. pearl harbor. civil rights movement. our country came through each struggle stronger.
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